Reign over Judah c. 1010–1002 BCE; over Judah and Israel c. 1002–970 BCE
913-910 BC and coregency 873-869 BC
Rabbinic sources state that the First Temple stood for 410 years and, based on the 2nd-century work Seder Olam Rabbah, place construction in 832 BCE and destruction in 422 BCE (3338 AM), 165 years later than secular estimates.
In 66 AD the Jewish population rebelled against the Roman empire. Four years later, in 70 AD, Roman legions under military tribune Titus retook and subsequently destroyed much of Jerusalem and the Second Temple.
Saul's conversion - 34 AD
Assassinated March 15, 44 BC. Beware the Ides Of March.
Julius Caesar's adopted son and great-nephew.
Along with Mark Antony and Marcus Lepidus, they formed an alliance known as the Second Triumvirate. During the The Battle of Philippi in 42 BC, they defeated the conspirators that assassinated Julius Caesar. Later Antony and Octavian fought against each other in one last battle where Antony was defeated in the naval Battle of Actium in 31 BC. Mark Antony committed suicide with his love, Cleopatra. In 29 BC, Octavian returned to Rome as the unchallenged master of the Empire and later accepted the title of Augustus
Galba (69 AD), Otho (69 AD), Vitellius (69) and Vespasian (69–79 AD)